Freshen up your frames this spring. New colors, shapes, and angles can give you a chic edge for a new season.

Blake Kuwahara: Made from the finest Japanese titanium and Acetate, each frame is handmade and takes three months to make. Their 3D effect is fashion forward while being appropriate for every day. Hand-beveled texturing gives each piece that subtle nuance and unique style. Price: $515-$700

Kirk & Kirk: Handmade in France using Italian acrylic, these glasses come alive. This is the only company in the world utilizing acrylic to craft its frames. There is a continuous fluid connection between the laminated color combinations. As you move the frame through the light, new angles and facets are revealed. Price: $400-$450

Modo: This global brand provides frames with 95% recycled or bio-based materials. They plant a tree and donate a pair of glasses for every frame a customer purchases. Made from paper-thin titanium and super thin acetate, Modo delivers superior quality and design. Price: $265-$315

Res/Rei: Made from the finest Italian acetate, each frame is handmade in Italy. Many of the colors are proprietary to Res/Rei, giving you a truly unique frame.  This hyper-local company uses only suppliers and manufacturers in their region—from screw suppliers to printing facilities. Price: $400-$450

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